Flag Day: MGM releases new trailer with Sean Penn and daughter, Dylan

Flag Day
(Dylan Penn stars as Jennifer Vogel)

Jennifer Vogel’s father John was larger than life. As a child, Jennifer marveled at his magnetizing energy and ability to make life feel like a grand adventure. He taught her so much about love and joy, but he also happened to be the most notorious counterfeiter in US history. Flag Day, which made its debut at the Cannes International Film Festival, now has a new trailer before its August 20th release.

Based on Jennifer Vogel’s book, The True Story of My Father’s Counterfeit Life, and directed by Sean Penn, Flag Day stars Penn and his real-life daughter Dylan Penn in an intimate family portrait about a young woman who struggles to rise above the wreckage of her past while reconciling the inescapable bond between a daughter and her father.  Watch below:


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“It’s what William Burroughs called, ‘surprised recognition.’ Flag Day should offer audiences the surprise that they themselves have lived, though differently, its parts,” says Sean Penn.

The film is adapted for the screen by Tony Award winner Jez Butterworth & John-Henry Butterworth, and produced by Golden Globe® winner William Horberg, Academy Award® nominee Jon Kilik and Fernando Sulichin. Original songs are by Cat Power, Glen Hansard and Eddie Vedder. 

CREDITS:

Directed by: Sean Penn

Screenplay by: Jez Butterworth & John-Henry Butterworth

Based on the Book: Flim-Flam Man by Jennifer Vogel

Produced by: William Horberg, p.g.a., Jon Kilik, p.g.a., Fernando Sulichin, p.g.a.

Executive Producers: Maximilien Arvelaiz, Lawrence Kopeikin, Thorsten Schumacher, Vincent Maraval, Sidney Kimmel, Allen Liu, Peter Touche, Christelle Conan, Vaishali Mistry, John Wildermuth

Starring: Dylan Penn, Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Norbert Leo Butz, Dale Dickey, Eddie Marsan, Bailey Noble, Hopper Jack Penn, Katheryn Winnick

Genre: Drama

Run Time: 108 minutes 

Rated: R for language, some drug use and violent content.

FLAG DAY IN SELECT THEATERS AUGUST 20

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